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When it comes to animal rights organizations, helping others take notice, and making real change in farmed animal welfare the most vital piece are the investigators. The men and women who take on this job are rarely seen or known by the public but they make some of the greatest impact. Any undercover video you've seen was the act of someone putting a lot on the line to expose animal cruelty as it really happens.
While in L.A., Lindsay Wolf, Vice President of Investigations for MFA, sat down with me to talk about her path as an investigator. Further into the show we discuss how she hires / trains new investigators and what life is like taking up a camera and exposing the harsh realities of slaughterhouses. It's rare to get a peek behind the curtain. I know this will be as eye opening for you as it was for me.
After a long week in Los Angeles ten a week to recover and regroup we're back in action! I drug the recording gear with me all the way across the country (by plan, don't be crazy) and managed to get Liz back on the mic with me in person to discuss what activism is and how we can do it.
Anything you do to promote the movement to being plant based for the planet, your health, or the animals is an act of activism. For some it's sharing recipes and for others it's leafleting a college campus or being an investigator for an animal rights organization. The important that is to find what's fits you, your temperament, and makes the impact on others you want to me.
Liz and I dig into how each of us (and you) do a lot by doing a little. We also expand on how you can do more if you feel what you've done so far isn't quite enough. If you want more information on how you can be more active and help promote the cause reach out to us at our contact page.